Niedersachsen, Germany has just commissioned a ‘hybrid’ energy storage plant that will use a combination of Japanese-made sodium-sulfur and lithium-ion batteries to stabilise the state’s electric grid

Posted by on November 6, 2018 6:08 pm
Categories: Battery & Grid Storage

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As reported by Energy Storage News, Niedersachsen, Germany has just commissioned a ‘hybrid’ energy storage plant that will use a combination of Japanese-made sodium-sulfur and lithium-ion batteries to stabilise the state’s electric grid.

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